Saturday December 12th 2009, 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM at the Riverfront Hall in the Miami Convention Center
Joe Granda will join a list of renowned names in the music industry such as Jimmy Douglass (Multi-Grammy award-winning Producer and Engineer – Rolling Stones, Jay-Z, Justin Timberlake, Timbaland), Carlos Alvarez (Multi-Grammy award-winning Producer and Engineer – Marc Anthony, Alejandro Sanz, Julio Iglesias, Carrie Underwood), Cool & Dre (Producers, Lil Wayne, Queen Latifah, Fat Joe), Sergio George (Pianist and Producer, Marc Anthony, Tito Puente, Celia Cruz), A.B. Quintanilla (Producer, Thalia, Alicia Villareal, and member of Kumbia All Starz), Leila Cobo (Executive Editor, Latin Content & Programming at Billboard), Horacio Rodriguez (Online & Mobile Marketing Manager, Universal Music Latin Entertainment), Dennis Murcia (Producer and Founder of Record Label Music LLC), Marlon Peña (Music video director, Marlon Films) and many more as a panelist of the two-day conference.
He also attended a radio interview with Al Fuentes “El Africano” today for the morning show at El Zol 95.7 to talk about the showcase and the conference.
The Miami Music Festival is the nation’s newest showcase and conference for emerging musical acts. Independent artists, and those invited by record labels and showcase sponsors will perform on more than 25 stages in clubs, restaurants, tents and hotels in downtown Miami on December 10 – 12, 2009. The Miami Music Festival will present artists performing all genres of music including Rock, Alternative, Pop, Latin, Urban, Caribbean and Jazz.
A two-day conference (December 11-12) at Riverfront Hall in The Miami Convention Center will feature a variety of interactive sessions, master classes and keynote interviews. Record label A&R executives, music publishing and touring executives, technology, media and marketing executives, radio program directors, film and TV music supervisors, advertising executives and other buyers of music will be on site to participate in the conference and to attend showcase performances.
Attendees will have the option to purchase either one-day or three-day wristbands, which grant access to live performances during the festival. Conference badges grant holders admission to all MMF conference programming as well as preferred access to all MMF stages throughout the event. Venues will admit attendees without wristbands as space is available for $10 at the door.
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